Margaret Dragu works in video, installation, web/analogue publication, and performance.
Spanning relational, durational, interventionist and community-based practices,
her performances have been presented in galleries, museums, theatres, nightclubs, libraries,
universities and site-specific venues including parks, botanical gardens, and public parade routes
across Canada, USA and Europe. An innovator and pioneer in Canadian art, Dragu was named
the first of FADO's Canadian Performance Art Legends in 2000, Co-Emminence Grise with Nobuo Kubota
of 7a11*d Performance Festival in 2012, and was the recipient of the Governor General’s Award
for Visual and Media Arts in 2012.